The world is a very different place to those who are blind. That is why it is so important to have your kids with visual impairments explore the world in many different ways. For this activity, a bean bag is placed on the child's head, and he/she attempts to keep it there while he hops, crawls, walks, or skips.
- Helps develop strength, mobility, orientation, and gross motor skills
- The area you are working in will need to be free of clutter, obstacles, or anything else that a child might bump into